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Andrew Brook Forest



The 126 acre Andrew Brook Forest was protected in 2010 and 2016, partially to safeguarda access to the eastern side of Mount Sunapee for hikers, hunters and fishermen. Portions of the Andrew Brook Forest are rich in sugar maple (Acer saccharum) and you may see tubing from active sugaring operations as you hike. Andrew Brook and its tributaries meander throughout this acreage, creating beautiful mossy pools and cascades and providing habitat for numerous wildlife species.

The Andrew Brook Trail climbs steeply from the trailhead on Mountain Road in Newbury 1.6 miles to Lake Solitude on the eastern slopes of Mount Sunapee. The trail crosses Andrew Brook multiple times on the way up (be aware in high water it may be difficult to cross without getting wet feet). Lake Solitude can be enjoyed from its shoreline, or from White ’s Ledges above (a short but steep additional 0.2 miles).

Help us care for this property by following these guidelines during your visit:

  • This property is open dawn to dusk
  • Carry out all trash
  • Dogs must remain under control and owners must pack out all dog waste
  • No motorized wheeled vehicles
  • No camping
  • No campfires
  • Hunting and fishing are allowed
  • Leave natural and cultural features undisturbed
Allowed Activities
Wildlife Watching
Dog Walking
Good For

Additional Information


Open dawn to dusk

Visitor Use Guidelines

Full list of use guidelines available HERE

Parking Details

The parking pull off for Andrew Brook Trailhead fits approximately 6 vehicles. Please park head-in to maximize space. Otherwise, parking is only allowed along Mountain Road where signage indicates. The parking pull out is typically plowed in winter, but roadside parking bans may limit access beyond the official parking area during winter months. Please plan accordingly. There are no bathroom facilities at Andrew Brook Forest.